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that was probably the peak of celebrity for a human being. >> reporter: randall sullivan, the highly acclaimed journalist, spent three years getting behind the mask of the most celebrated entertainer our world has ever known. it's a tale of family, fame, lost childhood and startling accusations that you won't have heard before. the portrait of a prescription drug addict who could spend $250,000 on a shopping spree without thinking. >> the shopping, like the drugs, were -- was a painkiller for him. >> reporter: apparently michael jackson would call business partners and ask them to bring around bags of cash. >> in one case that's a phone call asking for 7.5 million. for some reason it was like a french fry bag, and he gave it to michael, so that became an in joke of, i want you to supersize this order. he wanted money to put in his pocket. to him that was real money. >> reporter: that's like a child. >> he was, yes. >> reporter: a manchild who couldn't leave fame or family behind. >> michael was tired of being a song and dance man. he didn't want to perform on stage from the time -- well, from
of what would have been his appearance on the ed sullivan show. >> he was almost 22, and ed sullivan is the biggest name in show business -- they tavis smiley of his day. tavis: not exactly. >> he invites him on the show as a rising folksinger, and dillon wanted to sing the john birch society, -- dylan wanted to sing the john birch society, and they said it was too dangerous, and he said, no, and he walked off the show. you think about that. walks off, itdianguy is amazing, but he has so much self-confidence it was worth it to say no thanks. >> he boasted the newport folk festival. i will let you tell the story. >> he goes over there with the paul butterfield band, and he plugs in an electric guitar and glass music, and everybody was so shocked. he was a folk icon. you cannot imagine what it was like because he was such a revered figure. it was loud, and people were just shocked and horrified, and they wanted cut him off common on -- cut him off, and he got booed by his so-called friends, yet he kept going with rock-and- roll, etc., country, everything else. >> what have you learned
sullivan. ( cheers and applause ) ( crowd cheering ) ( crowd cheering ) >> stephen: hi, andrew. >> hi, stephen. ( laughs ) >> stephen: all right. come on. gloat. i'll put a poncho on. >> i just want to taste the tears of unfathomable sadness. ( crowd cheering ) >> stephen: can i get a rain check on that one, andrew? >> right now. karl rove is challenging his own polling unit and telling him they're wrong. >> stephen: what do you think happens to karl now, he promised my billionaire friend that if they give him $300 million he would deliver obama on a platter. >> does he have to go into a witness protection program now. i mean sheldon adleson poured million in six races and lost all six of them. money is not... ( crowd cheering ) >> stephen:all right. what's next? how do i stop obama in 2016? >> you can't. as a black man in power who has nothing to lose. ( crowd cheering ) >> i've got to say that that's really scary. that's like white power literature you just passed down. power with nothing to lose. >> that's the paranoia going on. >> stephen: america, you're from europe. okay, that's
. please welcome andrew sullivan. ( cheers and applause ) ( crowd cheering ) ( crowd cheering ) >> stephen: hi, andrew. >> hi, stephen. ( laughs ) >> stephen: all right. come on. gloat. i'll put a poncho on. >> i just want to taste the tears of unfathomable sadness. ( crowd cheering ) >> stephen: can i get a rain check on that one, andrew? >> right now. karl rove is challenging his own polling unit and telling him they're wrong. >> stephen: what do you think happens to karl now, he promised my billionaire friend that if they give him $300 million he would deliver obama on a platter. >> does he have to go into a witness protection program now. i mean sheldon adleson poured million in six races and lost all six of them. money is not... ( crowd cheering ) >> stephen:all right. what's next? how do i stop obama in 2016? >> you can't. as a black man in power who has nothing to lose. ( crowd cheering ) >> i've got to say that that's really scary. that's like white power literature you just passed down. power with nothing to lose. >> that's the paranoia going on. >> stephen: america, you're from e
's used as a mobile application. brian sullivan is want alone in his battle with post traumatic stress disorder. the veterans affairs estimates more than half of new veterans are seeking treatment for war-related mental disorders. >> i was always angry. i had outbursts with my wife and i was having difficulty sleeping. >> anxiety. >> reporter: so sullivan turned to something called p.e. coach, a unuke smart phone app designed by the defense department to help soldiers recover from ptsd. >> they are asked to a recording of them reliving the memory of what is haunting them daily, as part of their homework. >> reporter: they listen to their own therapy sessions to help them relive and therefore overcome their fears. therapists use the same program to help keep soldiers on track, monitoring their progress. it's an emerming trend, where technology can help reduce post combat stress. >> it makes sense to leverage the capabilities of these devices to support their health care needs. >> you are getting to understand what went wrong -- and you don't have anything wrong. you are not the average
. >> reporter: a few blocks away from judi, con ed workers like john sullivan and his crew are pulling grates off of flooded transformer vaults. in go pumps and out flows water. the vaults hold transformers that are supposed to work even after being submerged, but they need to be checked. >> this particular transformer is made to go underwater so it should be fine. atsed on our experience it should be absolutely fine. >> reporter: of the 3.2 million customers without power, 80% of them are in new york or new jersey. >> we've got more chocolate chip cookies coming out very shortly. ut reporter: the fallout from sandy had people in englewood, eew jersey, heading to mr. todd's pie shop to charge their phones four days later. power companies from virginia to california have sent equipment and workers to help. >> all this food is being thrown out. >> reporter: the cavalry will arrive a bit too late to save paul nick kapblg's inventory at his restaurant overlooking new york harbor. a six figure loss. you don't seem too upset by this. >> listen, you wrap your wounds, you heal, and you go on. >> repo
associated with them. people like colin powell, louis sullivan, connolly's arise -- condonleezza rice. when his presidency had not fallen apart yet, expressions of racism would not be tolerated in the republican party. but starting with john mccain in 2008, i'm not suggesting john mccain was a racist, but john mccain had no association with black people whatsoever. pretty much like mitt romney this year. i know they always find some black people to trot out and say yes, this is somebody i know, but the fact of the matter is if you look at his career, you look at the aides that he had when he was a senator, all of the things in terms of his history and john mccain's family comes from mississippi, he had no association with black people whatsoever. when john mccain ran for the presidency in 2008, black people were not even on his radar. after president obama got elected, there was a belief -- and i would argue a not necessarily true belief among republicans that the african- american vote was no longer -- was basically off limits, that it was not possible to appeal to african-americans. that
want to show you what's going on with brian sullivan. he's walking with some of the ceos that have just come out of the white house. let's listen in. >> we employ a lot of the people in this country and around the world. there's nothing that i can say more importantly than a solution to this problem is paramount. that will require we give on all sides. >> do you believe we'll get a solution? >> absolutely. i'm done. we'll get a solution. excuse me. thank you, sir. >> everybody belongs back over here. >> all right. as you saw, that was ursula burns, the ceo of xerox. we'll get back to brian when some of those ceos come out. you just heard her say she's expecting a decision to happen on the fiscal cliff. jobs and the american people are the number one priority, should be the number one priority. the problem is we have not seen evidence of any compromise just yet. that's what we're trying to figure out. will we have a compromise by year end, or will dividend taxes go from 15% to 43%? the fiscal cliff includes taxes going much higher and dividends will go to ordinary income. then you have t
army staff sergeant brian sullivan isn't alone in his battle with post traumatic stress disorder. veterans affairs estimates more than half of new veterans are seeking treatment far war related mental disorders. >> i was always getting angry, i had outbursts with my wife and i was having difficulty sleeping. so, sullivan turned to something called p.e. coach, a unique smart phone app developed by the defense department to help soldiers recover from ptsd. >> they're asked to listen to a recording of the memory of what's haunting them daily, as part of their homework. >> they listen to recordings of their own therapy sessions to help them relive and therefore, overcome their fears. therapists use the same program to help keep soldiers on track by monitoring their progress. progress. >> it's an emerging trend where technology can help reduce post combat stress. >> this makes sense to leverage the capability of these devices it support their health care needs. >> you're getting to understand what went wrong, and that you don't have anything wrong. it's just, you are not the average p
, a year ago a probate judge ordered talks to move lily back into her home. sullivan said he reached out, but the county didn't act. >> the county doesn't listen. the judge can't micromanage these people. the judge leaves it to the professional. >> if a person or an organization chooses to ignore the court order they could beheld in contempt and damage applied. >> he points out that someone would have to tell the judge an order isn't being followed before the court would act. no one told the court the scalia order was ignored. >> i think that is fantastic. >> after we started asking questions, theublic guardian's office decided to move lily back into her home. sources say she should be back by thanksgiving. puma says she has heard it before. >> i am skeptical. when i see she is here at home, this then i will believe it. >> we'll stay on this story and tell you if the public guardian keeps its word and moves her b if hud finds a problem with the reverse mortgage it may come due and it could lead to her being forced out of her home through no fault of her own. the county is accused of isol
blend of father and mother. a deep appreciation of history, newspapers, beauty. gilbert and sullivan, p.g. woodhouse and nature. like dad he loved to experience through hiking, mount tam, at lan, barvarian alps. one summer i had a job at signal mountain lodge in the tee tons. he came to visit and read nick adams stories. now is now is now. inspired, he signed on for a job. long after school chris was still there, immersed in the culture. not only hiking, fishing and camping but hunting elk. hard to believe. one of the last times i was with chris we took a long run through the trails of walnut creek. he was reading a book of how to keep running as we enter our later years. giving me pep talks in how to drag myself out of bed in cold, dark mornings for that run. i was inspired. through mom he learned the value of visiting a foreign country. the importance of talking to people in their own language. when he was a comfortable piedmont high schooler playing tennis and drinking beer -- sorry -- [ laughter] >> mom signed him up for the american field service. she thought he might be sent to br
believe, two or three speakers. dennis, kelley? ramison and harris and susan sullivan? >> thank you very much, i'm dennis kelley, in san francisco. and i join you in your flashing your orange and black tonight. i will let you know that i have made a wager with the president of the detroit federation of teacher and the michigan federation and i would urge you to reach out to john telfer the superintendant in detroit, although he had a heart attack at the beginning of this month and we hope that he is all right and can bear the whole idea of this. i have asked you to look at a couple of items on the agenda tonight, the first one is k-14. k-14 has you spending during these times, $8,700 to make a movie. and i would hope that someone would explain why that is a legitimate expense in these kinds of straightened times when we are going to the public and asking them to raise taxes in order to support the schools. look at k18, 20, and 22, and each one of those, the district is getting back money that apparently was not spent in previous years. and so, there is no expenditure obviously, but you a
developed a citywide water supply system. sullivan: in 1630, boston was basically three mountains, there were very steep hills. waste would run down quickly and dump into the harbor. and the tide would carry most of it away. well, this worked well for a while. the problem was, as boston wanted to expand, it started filling in the mudflats. the water could come rushing down the hill, it would hit the flat area and slow down. at high tide, it couldn't get out at all. it got so bad that the city took over, 'cause the city has a responsibility to protect its citizens. boston built the first modern sewer system in the united states. ours was completed between 1877 and 1884. with this wonderful new sewer system, we were taking our filth and moving it out to the ocean. of course, all of this was untreated. in the 1960s, we were still pumping all of our sewage out to moon island, untreated. we would get swimmers here, never knowing, in the middle of summer, why you would have a cold. well, we were swimming in diluted sewage. melosi: the major way to deal with pollution, at least until ear
national tv shows-- steve allen, ed sullivan. and because of the association with alan freed and george goldner, gone, end, and gee, alan was also producing movies with jack cook, so frankie was the first guy, as a teenage group, to hit it really national. well, goody goody was a great song, i mean it just was up tempo, it was showing off frankie lymon's talents. this man was... i kind of call him the michael jackson of his day. and talking to herb cox of the cleftones, he told me frankie could play every instrument, he was so talented, it was amazing. people wanted him to stay young forever. ♪ ♪ so you met someone who set you back on your heels ♪ ♪ goody, goody ♪ you met someone and now you know how it feels ♪ ♪ goody, goody ♪ so you gave him your heart too ♪ ♪ just as i gave mine to you ♪ and he broke it in little pieces ♪ ♪ now how do you do ♪ so you lie awake just singing the blues all night ♪ ♪ goody, goody ♪ so you think that love's a barrel of dynamite ♪ ♪ hooray and hallelujah ♪ you had it coming to ya ♪ goody, goody for him ♪ goody, g
: tte education of david petraeus.. he says the sullivan says, "everybody says ever done before. rue?"body's broadwell ays, "he is quite a genius because iithink he's able to balance so many difffrent levels of hinking. i donnt think all senior pilitary officers do there are many others that do bbt i ddn't think all officers have fbi became aware that the cia director's mistress was sending haaassing e-mails from several dummy accounts to this woman: jill kelley, a petraeus paaily friend who lived n taapa. keeley's family often spent the hhlidays with david petraeus and his wife hollyy an attempt was bbing made to blackmail the cia irector. it wrapped up its investigation 4 days before the ellction. petraaus submitted his resignation to the president thursday two days after the eeection and aaweek before he was to estify on capitol hill in closed-door ntelligence brieffngs about benghazi. he broadwell may have revealed 3 benghazi investigationnthat e - she gleaned from her broadwell says, "now, i don't know if a lottof you heard this, but the cia annex had actually,,umm had ta
sullivan are here. we'll get their take. ♪ >> shares in a u.s. company that makes medical marijuana dispensing machines soared 3000% last week after the article on how to invest in legalized marijuana. the stock has come down since then and the company put out a statement trying to curb investor enthusiasm we'll take steps to avoid a rollercoaster syndrome with the stock rising and falling in dramatic fashion. that was from the med box founder. and you've been on wall street a long, long time. how do you go from 450 to what was it $250 a share? >> i don't know, i think there were people a little high and they bought when they were under the influence. because it makes-- you don't buy stocks on a rollercoaster like that? >> why not? >> because it's going to come right back down again. stuart: who bought at $250. >> a bunch of high people. [laughter] . >> for sure. stuart: with the stock by the way back to 20. >> yeah, see? went from 4 bucks to 250 back down to 20. >> and they're excited they know it's going to go up and stay up and euphoric, that's why. they think it's going to work.
. even more important, a year ago a probate judge ordered talks to move lily back into her home. sullivan said he reached out, but the county didn't act. >> the county doesn't listen. the judge can't micromanage these people. the judge leaves it to the professional. >> if a person or an organization chooses to ignore the court order they could beheld in contempt and damage applied. >> he points out that someone would have to tell the judge an order isn't being followed before the court would act. no one told the court the scalia order was ignored. >> i think that is fantastic. >> after we started asking questions, the public guardian's office decided to move lily back into her home. sources say she should be back by thanksgiving. puma says she has heard it before. >> i am skeptical. when i see she is here at home, this then i will believe it. >> we'll stay on this story and tell you if the public guardian keeps its word and moves her back home. if hud finds a problem with the reverse mortgage it may come due and it could lead to her being forced out of her home through no fault of her own
sullivan was having a similar problem with a different insurance company. >> the water was coming out of the tubs, out of the toilet. >> reporter: after initially being told he would get $10,000 for sewer backup, he was then told no because his damage was caused by the storm surge. when you agreed to this policy, was it your understanding that if i pay you and my home suffers damages, you will make it right and cover? >> that would be the understanding with anyone. i mean, otherwise why pay? >> reporter: more than a dozen people -- insurance critics call the pushback delay deny defend. >> the worst is just saying we're not going to pay for this when in fact it's covered or lowballing saying we're only going to give you 50 cents on the dollar. >> reporter: what we're hearing is is that a number of these insurance companies are finding ways to say no before they're finding ways to say yes. >> i would disagree. there are a small number of disputes that do occur. and when you have as many as a million claims, yes, they do. >> reporter: robert speaks for the insurance industry. he cannot t
sullivan is not alone in his battle with post- traumatic stress disorder. veterans affairs estimates more than half of new veterans are seeking treatment for war related mental disorders. >> i was getting angry. it's outbursts with my wife and i was having difficulty sleeping. >> anxiety and sleep problems. >> reporter: he turned to pe coach a unique smart phone app designed by the defense department to help soldiers recover from ptsd. >> in this treatment they are asked to listen to the recording of them revisiting the memory of what's haunting them daily. as part of their homework. >> reporter: they listened to recordings of their therapy sessions to help them relive and therefore overcome their fears.therapists use the same program to help keep sold years on track by monitoring -- soldiers on track by monitoring progress. it's an emerging trend where technology can help reduce post combat stress. >> it makes sense to leverage the capabilities and destria's support health care needs. >> reporter: today, sullivan feels more confident controlling stressful triggers anticipating being a t
a commitment and alan simpson's people for fix the debt, specifically beth sullivan have not allowed them to come to speak to you on fox business. apparently david, they don't want to fix the debt. david: we don't have problems with mr. simpson or mr. bowles. we have problems with the handlers. the debate we're involved in, really historic debate is not exclusive to anybody. it is a debate all networks, all individuals are interested in. if they're interested in getting the message of that debate they should not consider themselves exclusive to one party. liz: particularly considering fox business from the start talked about being supportive of simpson and bowles. for those pr people of the fix the debt campaign. specifically beth sullivan to disallow this is pretty stunning. you saw the two cs.
sullivan join us for a full analysis. first, bill karins with a check on the weekend forecast. bill? >> well, mika, the weekend foreca forecast, wednesday it seems to get more interesting. there is another storm coming up the eastern seaboard. this one will pale in comparison. maybe 1/100th of what we just dealt with. regardless the beaches are very vulnerable right now because there are no dunes. we really don't need any wave action coming up the coast. the storm on tuesday election day appears to be in the southeast, gaining a little strength. just rain in georgia, south carolina, north carolina. really shouldn't be too bad. shouldn't affect voting turnout. then by the time we get to wednesday the storm comes off the outer banks heading somewhere just off of cape cod. hopefully over the weekend the storm will transfer further offshore. as of now it looks to have impact in the area hit by sandy, battering waves, some loose limbs could fall down from trees with the 40-mile-per-hour wind and just the progress being delayed would be bad enough. that's the idea of what we're watching n
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security concern. we'll wrap our panel here with two overviews, um, the first provided by dr. paul sullivan who also joined us for the last panel. dr. sullivan is going to give us an economic sort of toward the horizon of the region and help us understand some of the sparks that help drive change and may yet derail it. dr. sullivan? >> well, i'm not sure i would agree that that dog may not bark sometime in the future. algeria had its problems in the early '90s, morocco has great unemployment. one of the issues that all these countries face is significant unemployment, declining hopes of the youth. karim said these things take time. yes, they do. but i have great concern that the youth and many other people in these countries do not have patience for the time to let this work out. a paper i'll be writing based on this is called the race against time. before i give my talks just about anywhere, i have to give a caveat, these are my opinions alone, do not represent those of the united states government or any other organization i happen to be a part of. therefore, now i can be a troublemaker.
thiangd chair minds? that is coming occupant tom sullivan show. ♪ [ male announcer ] they are a glowing example of what it means to be the best. and at this special time of year, they shine even brighter. come to the winter event and get the mercedes-benz you've always wished for, now for an exceptional price. [ santa ] ho, ho, ho, ho! [ male announcer lease a 2013 glk350 for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. >> tom: days before the presidential election, polls are all over the place. which polls can we trust. joining me is fred barnes and cofounder of daily caller, tucker carlson. let's start with you, fred. it depends on which poll you read determines who is going to win. who is going to win this thing? >> i think romney is going to win by how much i don't know. there are other things in polls. there are couple models done by gallup that is based on a poll but the intensity of the voters and who might turn out and how old they are and how many seniors are going to vote. both of those, gallup says that the turnout, electorate on november 6th will republicans plus three.
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